Summer is fast approaching, which means summer plans are a hot topic of conversation in most WhatsApp group chats at this point.
And luckily for anyone on a tight budget this summer, Ryanair has just announced a brand new route to a European country never before served by the airline.
Ryanair, Europe’s No.1 airline, today (23 Mar) announced that it will fly to Ukraine, its 36th country, from October 2018 ????
Ryanair will deliver 800,000 customers each year, with 10 new Kiev routes and 5 new Lviv routes.
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— Ryanair (@Ryanair) March 23, 2018
The airline today announced that they will have a total of 10 new routes to Kiev's Boryspil Airport and five routes to the city of Liev.
Unfortunately there are no direct flights from Irish airports scheduled just yet, meaning you'll have to make a pit-stop in another European country before making your final journey to Kiev or Liev.
But not to worry, because the airports operating the new flight routes aren't too far from Ireland itself.
Kiev's routes will operate to and from Barcelona, Bratislava, Gdansk, Krakow, London Stansted, Poznan, Stockholm, Vilnius, Warsaw and Wroclaw, while Liev's routes will operate from Dusseldorf, Krakow, London Stansted, Memmingen and Warsaw.
To celebrate the launch of the new flights, Ryanair have flights to both destinations on sale for just €19.99 on their website at the moment.